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I had big problems with GPS in my galaxy s2, the connection was unstable and sometimes it took 30 minuts to get the signal To analyze the GPS signal you can use something like GPS status https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.eclipsim.gpsstatus2 I've discovered that my phone was suddenly loosing all the signals, so I suspected an hardware ...
Open the settings shortcut menu (two-finger swipe from the top of the screen) then long-press the "Location" setting. That's only two actions.
The Android Power Control widget has been part of the base Android setup since version 2.1. While the icons can vary by OS version and manufacturer, by and large it has five buttons that give you quick access to enable/disable WiFi, Bluetooth, GPS, and Sync, and also gives quick access to the screen brightness settings. If that's not to your taste, there ...
I figured it out, the problem was originating from NanoPC-t1 config which used the USART port for output debug. It was over-writing the gps output. I used Android Serial Port API, and rooted my device. Because accessing ttySAC0 port, needs root access. I wrote my own NMEA parser to receive GPS fixes.
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